Mainstream society has convinced us to dismiss our imagination as an undesirable aberration or chemical imbalance in our brain. But what if they are wrong? What if our imagination is the key to optimizing our human experience?
Author Michael Manville
Considering there are billions of websites, videos, podcasts, papers, and books, all available for free, one would suppose that the future of education is already here. One would be wrong.
Moringa first came to my awareness a couple of years ago when I attended a natural health workshop. Far from just another “hyped” superfood, several studies suggest that Moringa is just really darn good for you, and can reverse many illnesses and symptoms.
At the age of 38, I was bounding through life dazed and confused. To give you a sense of how bad things were, I actually enjoyed watching the sitcom “Two and A Half Men”. I had no idea I was about to have what some people call a “spiritual awakening”.
let me explain why robotics are a good thing for humanity, for the simple reason that our goal as a species ought to be full enjoyment, not full employment.
Elon Musk explained that given any rate of advancement, it would take less than 10,000 years to develop a “virtual reality” that is indistinguishable from “real reality”. How do we know we are not living in a virtual reality right now?
If something is free it does not cost us money. But everything we do costs time.
We are not here to avoid guilt, we are here to embrace joy. Here’s how to replace guilt with joy.